I am confused,as to cause of no view on my hubs.Please is the problem from my hub topics or the content of the hubs? Help me,let me know please,it is quite discouraging,making me feel like quitting.I need sincere a help.
Your topics look fine, and your Hubs are long enough.
Your problem is most likely that your Hubs aren't showing up in search results yet.
Choose one keyword phrase per Hub, and make sure it appears in your text about 5% of the time - your Hubs are probably around 800-1000 words, so use your key phrase 40-50 times.
You're not making use of the capsule title boxes, which are headings - make sure you break the text into sections and put the keyword phrase in the title box of each text capsule.
Hand-craft the page summary to include your keyword phrase at least twice.
After that, it's all about getting backlinks. There are many Hubs, articles, and eBooks available to tell you how to do that.
How do i make use of the title capsul box you mentioned?I am very very glad with your helpful and honest directions.God bless and more power to your elbows
If you have hubs with enough text, cut the text uo and on the rhs find the text capsule.
Put the pieces you cut out (at logical break points) in the new capsules. Your article will look the same as it did, but will perform better. Hope this helps.
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